20 Games Like Mario Tennis Open()
For the first time ever in FIFA, live your story on and off the pitch as the Premier League’s next rising star, Alex Hunter. Play on any club in the Premier league, for authentic managers and alongside some of the best players on the planet. Experience brand new worlds in FIFA 17, all while navigating your way through the emotional highs and lows of The Journey.
80 / 100384.0
Actua Tennis features the Actua Sports concept of a fully 3D environment with multiple camera views for both the action and the replays, and motion captured player actions. You can design your player and then put him to the test in a series of tournaments around the world. Drop, lob and smash shots are all on offer, as are singles and doubles matches for up to 4 human players. The former Australian tennis player Pat Cash provides the commentary.
Grab your friends and family and dive into multiplayer mayhem with Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash on the Wii U console. Along with the fun and dynamic gameplay known to the franchise, surprise your opponents with a new move to the series, the Jumpshot, which sends the ball flying down the court.
Change the sport up with new Mega Battles, using the Mega Mushroom to gain an advantage over the competition.
Claim your spot in Mario Tennis lore in singles (1v1) or doubles (2v2) as you play with and against family, friends or the CPU using returning and new characters to the series.
Remember Sensible Soccer? Jon Hare, lead designer of the famous football series, is back with a spiritual successor, called Sociable Soccer.
Hare has kicked off a £300,000 Kickstarter for Sociable Soccer, which, if successful, will lead to a download release on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2016.
Here, in a wide-reaching, exclusive interview with Eurogamer, Hare reveals why now is the right time to return to the football video game limelight, reveals his personal frustration at how the Sensible games have fared since he sold his company in 1999, and explains how Sociable Soccer will stand out in the face of competition from big hitters FIFA and PES.
Also Known As: Pro Tennis WTA Tour (EU), WTA Tour Tennis Pro Evolution (JP)
Take to the court and experience the realism and authenticity of WTA Tour Tennis. First, choose one of 20 professional tennis players such as Serena Williams, Martina Hingis, and Jelina Dokic--each with lifelike facial expressions and movements. Then, engage in fast-paced competition on grass, clay, and hard surfaces. With simple controls, multiple levels of difficulty, and AI based on actual player attributes, WTA Tour Tennis challenges both newcomers and seasoned pros alike.
Anna Kournikova's Smash Court Tennis, known in Japan as Smash Court 2 (スマッシュコート2 Sumasshu Kōto Tsū), is a tennis video game developed by Namco for the PlayStation. It is the second title in Namco's Smash Court series of games. The game was released in Japan in November 1998 and was later released in Europe in 1999, featuring the likeness of professional tennis player Anna Kournikova.
This tennis simulation uses a top-down scrolling perspective. You are not in control of the player's motion, but once he gets close to the ball, shot selection is down to you. Standard shots plus topspin, lobs and stop volleys are available, by pushing the joystick in the right direction as you aim the shot.
The game supports up to 16 players in singles matches on a variety of court surfaces. It includes all of the major world tournaments - the four Grand Slam events at Melbourne, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and New York, plus the Davis Cup and Masters events. An early attempt at TV-style coverage is offered.
This is a conversion of the SEGA coin-op game of the same name, playing lawn tennis around the world. The player travels from France, to Australia, to the US and end up in England and get to listen to the national anthem of each country.
There are four difficulty levels to select the skill of the computer controlled player. One or two players may play but always against the computer. In a two player game, both players play as a doubles team.
The game starts off looking behind the player as the style of serve is chosen (top spin, curve, etc) and then it switches to a top down view for the rally.
Advantage Tennis is a tennis simulation played with 2D characters in a 3D simulated court. The camera zooms and pans in to follow the action. There are training, season and exhibition modes. The season mode allows playing against a variety of competitors and in different courts around the world.